Graduate Daniel Petrica Ciobanu wins major awards

Graduate Daniel Petrica Ciobanu wins major awards

Published: 19/05/2017

Piano graduate Daniel Petrica Ciobanu (RCS BMUS 2014 and MMUS 2016) has been impressing audiences across the world since graduating and this month he has won two awards at a major competition in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Daniel took part in the prestigious Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition. Daniel was presented with the Sara & Moshe Mayer Prize – Competition Silver Medal and also won the Audience Favourite Prize following a thrilling concerto performance in May.

Daniel won several high profile competitions during his time as a student at RCS and we are thrilled to see him continue his success at such a world-renowned competition.

Read more about the competition and Daniel’s success here.

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